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    Gutted at the suspension. Four yellow cards for our side including three in the defence, feel the ref was a bit harsh on some occasions. Still, a much improved attack with seven shots on target against four solid defenders and a DM says we're at least heading in the right direction.

    But a game where the best players on both sides are keepers says it all, really.

    Jack really going well for us lately.
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    0 - 0 for us was a result that could have gone either way, both sides having good opportunities and i hit the wood work which i wish could have gone in. We seem to have addapted to the formation just can not get the goal we need. looks promising though for the Dynamo.
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    Gutted i couldnt get a goal in the opening stages of the game, but none the less an outstanding performance from Blake, simply marvelous i must say.
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    CW Under 20s vs NZ Under 20s

    CW Under 20s faced a tough battle as NZ Under 20s arived on their shores.

    The New Zealand press had all but written off the chances of the young players from the new footballing nation.

    The New Zealanders knew they had the foundations of a very good team with the 'spine' provided by the talented quartet of Spoonley (Gk), Pelter (D), James (M), and Brockie (ST).

    Could the CW Under 20s replicate the efforts of East Coast Fury by defeating a supposedly superior team.

    In an effort to achieve this CW U20s captain, Håkon Mørk, announced the following starting lineup.

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    DF Dave_Kearsley	DF Jack_McNamara	DF Xavier_Rose	DF Daniel_Speirs
    
    
    MF G_Sriram		MF Håkon_Mørk	MF George_Pardoe	MF Kexing_Su
    
    
    			FW Thamba_Mamesh	FW M_Hutchinson
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    MF King_Clapham
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    MF Greg_Thomas
    FW Matt_Luff

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    In a move that bemused fans and the press, the NZ Under 20s manager announced pre-game that he would be going with a 4-2-4 Counter attacking system.

    It is a game that NZ Under 20s are expected to win, but will such tactical risk prove the manager a genius or cost him his job?
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    A good result which shows the future of CW XI football is bright. A good start to the budding rivalry.
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    Very well done, CW Football on the rise.
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    CW National Preliminary Squad Announc

    At a press conference today, CW National Captain/Manager Kingsley Clapham revealed that the eleven for CW's upcoming friendly against New Zealand would be selected from the following squad of 18:

    Goalkeepers: Kyle Wright (Souther Dynamo), Shan Jasotharan (Island Swell)
    Defenders: Neil Pickup (Island Swell), Manan Shah (Island Swell), Daniel Towns (Southern Dynamo), Xavier Rose (Northside Power), David Kearsley (East Coast Fury)
    Midfielders: Zac Gelman (Central United), Håkon Mørk (Island Swell), G Sriram (Central United), Kexing Su (East Coast Fury), Greg Thomas (Central United), Kingsley Clapham (East Coast Fury)
    Forwards: Kev Gough (Island Swell), Daniel Smith (Central United), Thamba Mamesh (Northside Power)

    The starting eleven will be selected sometime in the next 24 hours.

    EDIT (By Goughy) Myles Hutchinson (Island Swell) and George Pardoe (Island Swell) withdrawn to bring the squad size down to 16.
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    Wow, never expected to be in the squad.

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    I never realised how cold the bench was good result for us though
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    How'd Clapham become national captain btw?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    How'd Clapham become national captain btw?
    Its a one match appointment based mainly on a) Him being the most prompt with Teamsheets and b) partly as a reward as he is the only captain to have won anything so far (CW-NZ Club Challenge)

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    thought he also took us to our maiden CW Premiership

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinchy81 View Post
    thought he also took us to our maiden CW Premiership
    I believe that was Goff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    I believe that was Goff.
    Goff handed over the captaincy after the first quarter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00 View Post
    Goff handed over the captaincy after the first quarter.
    Pretty sure there was only a few games left actually.

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